We have put together a partial list below to get your creative juices going! Host a pot luck meal where participants bring in dishes that represent their ethnicity or their favorite ethnic foods.
Please read all the instructions carefully. If you have any questions, contact us by phone or by email infoidc at idcnj. There are important values that help keep societies afloat, with this in mind PII has undertaken this important project for our youth.
The contest consists of 2 categories; art and essay, and is made up of 2 participant categories: Middle School grades 6 through 8and High School grades 9 through Each participant can compete in one or both categories listed below.
Each year we have a different theme. Time to act together" Definition of the theme: Governments, private sector, universities, faith-based or secular organizations, grass-roots level NGOs, etc. Where are we standing to solve poverty?
What effect can one person me have on poverty? What effects can a community have on it? What factors contribute to poverty? You can find more about the theme in the Brain Storming section at the end.
Goals of the Contest: To have students in middle and high schools think about and be involved in solving social problems and issues in our world today such as poverty as we want our future leaders to be aware of important values and social problems at an early age and to make themselves ready to solve these problems.
Students at grades from the State of New Jersey can enter the contest. Each student may submit only one work in each category. The participants have to send their works by May 4th The names of winners will be announced on May 25th The awards ceremony will be held on June 3rd Paramount Pictures Selma Essay Contest With generous support from the John Templeton Foundation and in partnership with Paramount Pictures and the film SELMA, we launched the national Selma Speech & Essay Contest to engage U.S.
high school students in thinking, writing and speaking about current issues of individual freedom and heartoftexashop.com Contest was open from . A photograph conservator is a professional who examines, documents, researches, and treats photographs, including documenting the structure and diversity art and essay contest condition of art works through written and photographic records, monitoring conditions of works in storage and exhibition and transit environments.
Beyond the print. DIVERSITY Art & Essay Contest for high and middle school students The Interfaith Dialogue Center (IDC) is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Diversity Art & Essay Contest for students 6th to 12th grade in New Jersey.
Students will be awarded more than $10, The SCBA Diversity and Inclusion Committee sponsored an essay contest in conjunction with the event which awarded $, $ and $ scholarships to the 1 st, 2 nd, and 3 rd place winners. The high school of each winner received a matching monetary contribution.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Art and Essay contest is now accepting submissions. For the second year, this annual contest offers cash awards for essays and artwork in response to a prompt exploring equality and social, racial and ethnic justice.
Diversity Art & Essay Contest We would like to thank all of the contestants that particpated in the First Annual Diversity Art & Essay Contest, we thank you all .